Holiday Inn Express Puerto Madero
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... of silver, which Nic’s father tells me is something to do with the river being a source of silver in the past (at least that’s what I think he said). As I did these activities last time I decided not to do them again. Time and budget will be constantly be on my mind on this trip.
A huge highlight for me was to go to the Boca Juniors versus San Lorenzo game. This is “El Classico”(or the classic) as they say in the Spanish ...
... of the sunshine to explore the city. I spent most of the afternoon mentally comparing it to Paris, only to find out that that's its nickname, the Paris of South America. Not the Pirates of South America as I mistakenly and embarrassingly misheard. (I thought the tour guide was being needlessly self-denigrating.) There I am doing my bit to help foreign relations as ever. I'm staying at a hostel but in a private room - the best of both worlds. It means ...
... It's different because the fruit stand is run by a guy separate from the grocery store. When we bought water and fruit and paid with a large bill, the guy was telling the lady how much she owed him. So after breakfast and lounging around we decided to head to Palermo. It's know for its parks and lakes and it was warm out. We wandered around a park and then walked up to an area with a bunch of shops and restaurants. Def wished we found this place earlier and stayed here. Where ...
... last thing rabid fans need is beer. Crazy.
So in a stadium full of only River Plate supporters, we watched them take on a team called Quilmes. The fans were singing and drumming for the ENTIRE game, but the whole thing was actually not as loud as I thought it would be (that may be just the acoustics of the stadium; they also aren’t blasting music from the speakers at every moment like an American ...
... grimm, so if you don’t like sad stories I recommend you to skip this paragraph. Basically about 30 years ago Argentina was going through bad times. The military ceased power over the country and fought any opposition with very tough measures. During the military regime, it is estimated between 20 to 30000 people ‘disappeared’. The mothers of these ‘disappeared’ people started going to the main square of the country Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires, ...